Lagos is a beautiful city, and as with all highly populated cities (I’m thinking we are about 15 million for a relatively small city) has its contrasts. For an expatriate, I’m guessing that you should live on the If you jingle me bells I’ll give you a white Christmas shirt, sweater. There’s so much going on in these parts, especially if you have money to spend. The weather is hot and so it will feel like hell for a while, but your body will/should adjust. You will also meet other expatriates, but I’ll suggest you make friends with your Nigerian colleagues too. Lagos is also relatively safe. And there’s an amazing nightlife. All you should do is learn the areas you should be and where you shouldn’t go.
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There’re so many places to see and If you jingle me bells I’ll give you a white Christmas shirt, sweater Art Gallery. There are stage plays from time to time at the Muson Centre and you can go see Movies when you like. There’s Lekki Conservation Centre and Lekki Lake Resort if you like the outdoors. I don’t know where you are from, but if you want to live in Lagos, you must prepare for traffic. Mental preparedness reduces frustration. Also, do not drive, at least for a while. Many people from other parts of Nigeria cannot drive in Lagos. Lagos is a beautiful place, with many beautiful people, willing to teach you the terrain. I like to suggest that you explore the whole city, not just the island- the markets, the slave trade ports at Badagry and Ikeja the heart of the city. Remember that there are good and bad people everywhere, so while you are loving the good, prepare yourself for the bad, just in case.